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chrześcijaństwo obrządku słowiańskiego/rzymskiego

13:25 Sep 4, 2016
Polish to English translations [PRO]
Religion
Polish term or phrase: chrześcijaństwo obrządku słowiańskiego/rzymskiego
Witam. tłumaczę tekst dotyczący prawosławia w Polsce. Oto fragment:

Należy uznać, że oblicze misji metodiańskich miało wpływ na kształtowanie się chrześcijaństwa na południowych obszarach współczesnej Polski. Badacze przyjmują różne stanowisko odnośnie samej formy – według jednych stanowi chrześcijaństwo obrządku słowiańskiego, inni twierdzą, że jest to chrześcijaństwo obrządku rzymskiego głoszone w języku słowiańskim. Nie da się jednoznacznie stwierdzić, jaki wpływ miała misja metodiańska na ziemiach polskich.

Czy wiecie jak przetłumaczyć wyrażenia:
1. chrześcijaństwo obrządku słowiańskiego
2. chrześcijaństwo obrządku rzymskiego
Peyton Sawyer
Local time: 12:47


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3 +1Christianity according to/in the Slavonic/Latin rite
Frank Szmulowicz, Ph. D.


  

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Christianity according to/in the Slavonic/Latin rite


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The Christianity of the Byzantine-Slavonic Rite in Slovakia
https://uniba.academia.edu/RomanKecka
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and after Methodius' death in 885, Pope Stephen V (d.891), a timid and incompetent pontiff, authorized the suppression of the Slavonic rite and the expulsio

https://books.google.com/books?id=D5A8CgAAQBAJ&pg=PT137&lpg=...
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again to defend himself and the Slavonic Rite before the Vicar of Christ.
http://www.carpatho-rusyn.org/spirit/chap5.htm

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The Slavonic rite was given stable grounds, further cultivated in the evangelisation processes by the disciples of Sts. Cyril and Methodius. In the late 9th century, the disciples of St. Methodius introduced the Slavonic rite in Dalmatia. Croatia, whose ties with the Byzantine Empire were the weakest due to the sheer distance and also denominational differences, surrendered to the Frankish missionaries. In the second half of the 11th century, a major part of the Croat territories was invaded and occupied by Magyars.[6] The Slavonic rite, suppressed by the Croat rulers and the Holy See, has survived in some regions until today.
http://www.wyklady.ekpu.lublin.pl/wyklady/mironowicz/mironow...
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The Slavonic rite existed in Bohemia, together with the Latin, through most of the tenth century at least,

https://books.google.com/books?id=Vxaq_7TSWI4C&pg=PA24&lpg=P...


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Latin liturgical rites used within that area of the Catholic Church where the Latin language once dominated (the Latin Church) were for many centuries no less numerous than the liturgical rites of the Eastern autonomous particular Churches

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Latin_liturgical_rites

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"Latin Catholic" and "Roman Catholic"[edit]
At times, the Holy See uses the term "Roman Catholic" (as well as simply "Catholic") to refer to the whole Catholic Church that is in communion with the Bishop and Church of Rome.[11][12] On his encyclical dated 26 July 1755, Allatae sunt, Pope Benedict XIV used the term "Roman" as equivalent to "Latin" Church.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Latin_Church#.22Latin_Catholic...

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Latin Rite vs. Roman Rite vs. Roman Catholic
The Latin Church sui iuris refers to the Western part of the Catholic Church. Strictly speaking, it's not "Latin Rite" although the term has come into general acceptance, but the Canon Law experts at EWTN prefer to use the formal sui iuris designation.

The Roman Rite is that liturgical form that majority of the Latin Church uses. It has two general expressions: the Ordinary Form (consisting of the liturgical books---Missal, Divine Office, Ritual, Pontifical and Ceremonial promulgated after the Second Vatican Council) and the Extraordinary Form (consisting of the liturgical books in use in 1962, before the Council).

There are smaller rites in the Latin Church: the Ambrosian, Mozarabic, and Anglican Use. Until the Reformation, the Sarum variant was also in use in England, and religious orders (e.g. Dominican) had their own rites until most of them adopted the Roman Rite.

"Roman Catholic" isn't an official term but it can accurately be used to describe Catholics belonging to the Latin Church sui iuris. It should NOT be used to describe any Eastern Catholic (e.g. Byzantine Roman Catholic).

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http://forums.catholic.com/showthread.php?t=206380


Frank Szmulowicz, Ph. D.
United States
Local time: 06:47
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in PolishPolish
PRO pts in category: 95

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